• The first International Camp on Cruise to be offered

    The first International Camp on Cruise to be offered

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    July 17,2019 03:37 PM

    Attending the three-day-two-night camp, campers be offered English lesions regarding to water life, sea protection and chances to discover Vietnamese culture, natural heritage and daily life of farming and fishing villages.

    The Au Co Cruise in cooperation with Dreamland Eco English Center to organize the first ever English camping trip on cruise for family in Viet Nam. The summer camp on a five-stared cruise is set to travel around Ha Long Bay, Lan Ha Bay and Ha Long Bay.

    “The cruise camp is a very new perspective for children that offer total different nature surroundings, in order to awake their curiousness and help them to learn new things about Vietnamese history, maritime life as well as equipped them with some soft skills,” said the representative from Bhaya Group.

    Aiming at campers aged from six to 14 and not limited to nationality, the lesions on cruise will be given by five English native teacher and other five Vietnamese assistants, featuring on geology of Karst Mountain rising from the sea, ocean life, environmental issues and how to protect marine and coastal environment.

    It is said to be the first and only camp to teach unique set of skills and knowledge, beside English and other soft skills such as water first aid, sea storm survival, how to catch fish or squid, hands on kayaking and water sports and master seafood cooking. Other dead-time activities are including summer camp book and scavenger hunt. The camp’s reward system will be Dragon’s pearls that would be excited by campers.

    The camp is about to provide opportunities for family bonding and life changing experiences for parents and children. It is opened for all family members to experience wide range of activities. Parent will have time to relax and children still be kept active and adventurous while staying in luxurious retreat.

    The fixed departure dates for International Camp on Cruise in summer 2019 is from 27 to 29 July, 16 to 18 August and 30 August to 1 September.

    The Au Co Luxury Cruise sets the highest benchmark for cruising in Ha Long Bay, taking in the sights, sounds and quintessence of Vietnam traditions. It’s a luxury steel ship with safety guarantee featuring 32 cabins with private balconies, a sundeck for dining, sunbathing and onboard activities, a spa room with Jacuzzi, a restaurant serving fine dining meal and an open bar.

    Completely breaking the concept of "traditional classroom", Dreamland English Center was established with the aim of teaching children from four years and older English according to the Practical Experience method come from Finland. The new trend of learning language is said to be effective and profound in all over the world because students would absorb the language naturally, excited and in most positively ways.

  • Khanh Hoa opens Vietnam’s largest island mud bath

    Khanh Hoa opens Vietnam’s largest island mud bath

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    July 02,2019 02:59 PM

    The MerPerle Hon Tam mud bath was recently opened on Hon Tam Island in Nha Trang Bay, in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa, becoming the country’s largest mud bath complex on an island.

    Covering 42,000 sq m, the mud baths are designed the style of terraced rice fields on slopes and feature a nature-friendly space surrounded by trees and small waterfalls. It also has 100 mud baths for two, and offers herbal baths.

    This is the fourth destination of its kind in Nha Trang. Mud baths are claimed to be an effective remedy against inflammation and skin problems thanks to the healing and therapeutic properties of the mud. They are among the most popular tourism products in Khanh Hoa, drawing in hundreds of thousands of customers annually.

  • Double decker bus hits streets in Ha Long

    Double decker bus hits streets in Ha Long

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    July 02,2019 02:54 PM

    The first-ever double decker bus city tour to tourist attractions has gotten underway in Ha Long city, northern Quang Ninh province.

    Each bus can accommodate 63 people, of which the top deck has 45 seats. There are also areas for the elderly, people with disabilities, and children. Buses are equipped with modern technology such as GPS and meet Euro4 emission standards. They also offer free wi-fi, USB charging ports, a refrigerator, monitors, and a surveillance camera system for passenger safety. Automated multilingual narration is available in seven different languages: Vietnamese, English, Chinese, French, Korean, Japanese, and Spanish.

    Tours run from 9am to 6pm daily. Tickets are VND179,000 for two hours, VND219,000 for five hours, VND249,000 for ten hours, and VND299,000 for 24 hours.

  • Vietnam Summer Camp 2019 for overseas Vietnamese to open

    Vietnam Summer Camp 2019 for overseas Vietnamese to open

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    July 02,2019 03:01 PM

    As many as 150 young people born and raised in 28 countries and territories worldwide but with Vietnamese heritage will join the Vietnam Summer Camp 2019 from July 10 to 25. Participants, aged 16 to 24, will visit a series of cultural and historical sites in ten localities around the country, including Hanoi, Thai Nguyen, Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Tri, Hoi An, Da Nang, Quang Ngai, Ho Chi Minh City, and Ninh Thuan. They will also join in charity activities.

    Initiated in 2004, the Vietnam Summer Camp has attracted about 2,000 young people from various countries and territories. Each had a specific theme and events designed to provide different activities and lessons on Vietnamese culture and history for participants, who previously had little experience of their mother country.

  • Vietnam Airlines opens family check-in counters

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    July 02,2019 02:58 PM

    National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has recently opened check-in counters for families. Families with people aged over 65 or children under 12 are given priority at the separate counters. The carrier also offers check-in counters for groups of more than ten and free wheelchairs for the disabled and strollers for children at airports, along with children’s cradles on flights. Children flying by themselves are also provided special meals and services.

  • DA NANG TO PROMOTE TOURISM TO FISHING VILLAGES

    DA NANG TO PROMOTE TOURISM TO FISHING VILLAGES

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    June 06,2019 09:38 AM

    A project to develop community tourism at fishing villages on Tho Quang and Man Thai beaches in central Da Nang city’s Son Tra district hopes to promote fishing tourism and preserve the local fishing culture.

    Homestay services and activities will allow tourists to experience the daily life of fishing families. Visitors can also take in local craft villages, village markets, and seafood markets and enjoy the local cuisine. Local authorities will also cooperate with business households to invest in and organize more beachside activities and encourage residents to engage in the development of community tourism.

    The coastline along Tho Quang and Man Thai wards is a combined 1.2 km and features sandy beaches and lively fishing villages.

  • Hanoi to install more automatic vending machines

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    July 02,2019 03:00 PM

    More automatic food vending machines will be installed in Hanoi around hospitals, schools, bus stations, depots, passenger waiting rooms, historic or cultural sites, tourist attractions, parks, and flower gardens, etc. Each machine can contain about 300 items, with prices ranging from VND5,000 ($0.2) to VND10,000 ($0.4). After nearly three years of installation, the seven public vending machines around Hoan Kiem Lake and six others around Hanoi have received positive feedback from local people and tourists. Such machines have also helped wipe out illegal food vendors and hawkers selling food to tourists at exorbitant prices. By 2020, Hanoi will install and put into service about 1,000 additional public vending machines in accordance with the capital’s commercial development, according to the Hanoi government portal.

  • New eco-tourism village set for Vinh Long

    New eco-tourism village set for Vinh Long

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    July 02,2019 02:56 PM

    The Hoang Hao eco-tourism village in Long Ho district in the Mekong Delta’s Vinh Long province is scheduled to open to tourists in the third quarter of this year.

    On 68 ha, the village features a large entertainment zone with ecological activities such as fishing, boat rowing, cycling, team building, and camping in a fresh space of trees, fruit orchards, and lakes. It also has a cuisine area for hundreds of guests, offering traditional food and Mekong Delta specialties. Accommodation at resorts in the village is also available, which are designed in the typical architecture and living space of houses in the south and the Mekong Delta.

  • TAM KY SEA TOURISM FESTIVAL ON HORIZON

    TAM KY SEA TOURISM FESTIVAL ON HORIZON

    8pm, 21 & 22 March

    Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien St., HN

    June 06,2019 09:37 AM

    The Tam Ky Sea Tourism Festival will take place on June 13-18 in the area around Hoa Ha Beach in Tam Ky city’s Tam Thanh commune in central Quang Nam province, featuring a series of cultural and sporting activities to promote the potential of local sea tourism.

    Highlights of the festival are a campaign introducing tourism in Tam Ky, an exhibition of “thuyen thung” (round-shaped bamboo boats), a cuisine festival including a street food event, a cuisine competition, and seafood introductions, a performance of local “bai choi” and “ba trao” folk singing, an international volleyball competition for women, a swimming competition, and a children’s painting contest.

    About an hour south of Hoi An, Tam Thanh used to be a poor fishing village but was then turned into a colorful and artistic mural village and tourist site thanks to a community project involving Vietnamese and South Korean artists, depicting images of local faces and scenes from everyday Vietnamese life. It received the 2017 Asian Townscape Award in Japan.

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